Hopton housing plans submitted
23 January 2020
Plans for 200 new homes in Hopton have been submitted by the county council’s housing company, Repton.
The company and its developer, the Lovell Partnership, have applied to build a mix of two, three and four bed housing at Lowestoft Road, Hopton. It will include shared ownership homes.
Council leader Councillor Andrew Proctor, chairman of Repton Homes, said: “This is the second development proposed by Repton, following on from obtaining approval for 137 homes in Acle last month. We are looking to build much-needed, high-quality homes across Norfolk, as well as generating income for the county council.”
Great Yarmouth Borough Council will consider the application in the spring.